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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta Vt'ESDAY. MARCH 15. JESSE KNIGHT IS DEAD Word received late day the of Ihe Knlght-Wiuon Ranching from Ray Knight it Provo, Utah, stating that his, fither, Jtsse Knijht, one of the leading men of the tUte, hid died M "Monday. The funeral It held on Wed- nesday. Ray Knight left only a ihort time ago for Utah, having been called there to take charge of hit father's businfcas, the latter having suffered a sudden illneii. Jesse Knlfht was one of the wealthiest men of Utah, being heavily Interested in banks, mlnee, ranching, sugar factories and Irrigation projecti. He Is re- puted to be worth in the eight figures. THE LETHBMPGE HERALD STATEMENT or VICTIM Mm. Statement Made to Magistrate Allow- ed in Zitto Caw The British government has not purchased the British rights for the reputed Spshltnger cure for tubercu- losis, and haB established no evidence of its scientific value, according to a cable received ill Ottawa by Dr. Geo. Porter, secretary of the Canadian As- sociation for the Prevention of Tuber- culosis, from tho national research council of the British government. t Tour Skin Of WIKTIB iMfueinis days, pretty faces begin to be marred with pimpiis. Ho tches ird blockheads. You get winter impuri- ities forcing a way out of ihe pores. It's a time when dressings of Zam-Bilk have extraordinary soothing, gsrmicidfcl, skin-purifying effect. By cleansing the pores and stimulating the .sluggish underlying tissues to Healthy action, Zam-BuV gels to the foatoflhf trouble. Smarting, irritation and chafing disap- pear like majic. disease germs and poisonous impurities are got rid of, and a smooth clear akin soon follows. The use of tatty ointments and cos- metics will only make your slim more subject to dislignremellti. Take the, advice of Misi Mary Krall, oi Gilbert Plains. Man., pure herbal two she says, "I Buttered pain and emiarrassijient witll on the lace. 1 positively covered with eruption and could not get rid of it. Even the sample of ZVn-Buk brought improvement, and encouraged me to continue the treatment. As a teiult rav skin was perfectly iaro-but is the world's greatest healer. (Special to the Herald.) MACLEOD, Mar. dy- ing statement of Olive Mc- Donald, victim of the gun In the hands of Jimmy Zitto at Blair- more on tht night of Dec. 12 last, made by her to Magistrate Ores- ham, was allowed in evidence dur- ing the trial of Zlttj here this af- ternooo. of the statement was that evidently Zit- to saw Harold Plnekney earesalng her (Mrs. through the window of the houw and In a fit of jealousy came in and ordered Pinekney to get out. She saw a revolver in his vest pocket. She cried "Don't shoot ma." She made 3 lungs forward and as she did ao the gun went off. The statement was allowed af- ter some argument. A statement which she made to George Pattpn, her brother, the next day to the that must have' meant til kill me or there, would be a hole in his vest poc- ket wrhore the gun went off was not allowed, the judge ruling it out as inadmlsuble. C. C. McCaul, counsel for the defense asked at four o'clock this afternoon that the uee be taken from the jury's hands and that point is beinj argued as this Is written. ton c.ten in. 'OUTSIDE THE? LAW" I At tho Colonial Wednesday and I symphony orchestra. The Ideal Laxative for Children Motlun, five little ones Dr. Uiitrre Syrup Pepsin fdr constipation. mikUy MM! fentltf" on the THE alert mother, ever anx- ious lo find something bet- ter for her children's health, will interest herself in learuinu: what is best to givc'them when they are constipated, Uavc u headache, told or fever, are bilioua or dyspeptic. It stands _________yspeptic. It to reason that the reine might be suitable for you, :dy thai unusual merit of boitiif safe for the tiniest baby yet equally ef- fective for t'rownups. The formula is pluiuly on the pack- age, and a sixty-cent bolllp is sufl'kT.'iit io last an average i'uinily many montlis. Tliere is nothinc better or safer than Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Syrup Pepsin for stomach, liver vour aije, might be too drastic andboweltroubles.aiuiasiteon- for a child. tains no uarcotic'3 or mercurial mothers can feel sale iu (riving it to any member of the Family By all means do what you'iian to regulate the diet, Bivfnjj pre- it to any member ol the family f ft fcrence lo the lit'Iit, easily di- a constipation medi- lywr If H K F F rested foods. But when did cine. It is syrupy and dcHtfht- H 1 b aU FailsyouwillhavetolielpNature fully pleasant to take. It must J wilh medicine. It would then he well lor you to avoid the harsher cathartics aiid physics, castor oil, calomel nnd such, even if disguised in tablets o pills, for they weaken the child and make it irritable. A better plan is to give half a icaspoonlul of Dr. Caldwell's Laxutive Syrup Pepsin, which is a combination of simple laxa- tive herbs with pepsin. It acts mildly and gently and docs not gripe or weaken. It has the syrupy fully pleasant to take. Itihust meet the taste of the majority, for last year over eight million bottles were bought in druj; the largest sale of the kind in the world. Buy a sixty-cent bottle todav with the understanding (hat H' for any reason it docs not no exactly as claimed your money willberefunded. Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Syrup Pepsin has been on sale in drug stores for thirty years so you would not he ex- perimenting with anythiugnew. Thcr: arc halds of to prcHC to their ou-rc irm'sfflcrion thai rny Lflra.'ivc tyrub it as elective m constipation, GJ' mild and gentle in action, us plenjaiit-tdstiug fl'wi I claim. Let "-rite me a sample. It m xnt Simply sav, "Dr. W. B. 19 Front Sr., Bridgeburg, Out.: Sew! a free trial battle of Dr. CflUu'eH's laxatict Pepsin and. jour ruime and addrxs. I wiU sec that fftfi TC.SJ is aamded to promptly. OFFARTIBET First European to Claim This Dirtinction Since Mam Telegraph Engineer CALCUTTA, Dec. (Br Mail.) flrst European who has had an audience of the Dalai of Tibet at Lhasa sinco Manning in 1811 has just returned here after two months' residence InJJre "-forbidden land." Hi is J. Pairley ,a telegraph eng- ineer in the service of the govern- ment of India, who reports that the Tibetan government is apparently anxious for Hie country to be' linked up hy telegraph with India, and there are also faint, signs, he thinks, of a desire for Industrial advance on Eu- ropean lines. "A visit to be says, "trans- ports one straight back to the middle o sanitation or today and if It temperature, ow- Coticura Is Just Right For Baby's Tender Skin Bathe him with Cuticura Soap and warm water. Dry gently and if any of red- ness, rouffhneaa, irritation or rash is pres- ent anoint with Cuticiira Ointment to EOften, noothe and heal. Finally dtiat on a ftw grains of the fragrant, delicately med- icated Cuticura Tnicum. Sold throughout theDominion. Canadian Depot: UpitaJ, Ifi St. St.. W.. ieim Soap ihftVM without muf. quickly of i cral thut tiioy think will ilo. In Bos- 1 ton a syndicate was formed to con- Bider representation for thh; port in the races and witll tin' plans for the j Canadian challenger known, it was decided to build to beat her. I As a 'result the Mayflower, now on i the builder's stocks at KssiiX with a I dozen or more ribs showing on either side of her oak keel, was conceived. W Starling Burgess, naval architect was commissioned to design her and drew up plans that a yachtsman said resembled- the America's Cup de- fense yacht, Resolute. The men ot Gloucester are bo critical of consideration of such a boat as a fisherman, and those of Canada, have j taken objection formally and inform- i ally to several features and threaten i to "bar the Mayflower front the com- petition. Designer Bursess admitted the Mayflower was drawn to lines as nearly those of a yacht as it was prac- tical to design it fishing schooner, but he and those most active in the project insist she will be in every sense a deep-sea fishing vessel, ful- filling every stipulation in the inter- national fishing schooner champion- ship including that whicjt says tblft she must participate in the fisheries for one season before The Canadians have set April 30Ui ages. There is drainage in Lhasa were- not for its low ing to tho fact that it is built on a plateau high, its inhabitants would typhoid fever. "The audience of the Dalai Lama, took place in the Noibulinga palace three miles outside the city. The re-1 ceptiou hall wa-s gorgeously decorat- ed in'red ami gold, with a magnificent silk canopy over the throne on which the Lama was seated la European fashion. Ilia Holiness wore an oriental "yeliow-brown robe, and his. bain was'done in tiie familiar plaited! NOW fashion ot the Lamas. His salutation took the form of placing over my arms extended in front of me a long ailk shawl, .which courtesy I returned by placing a silk shawl over the arm of His Holiness., "The Dalai Lima's flrsf question concerned my age, and the second my wife's age, and he showed great in- terest in my experiences on my jour- ney. His Holiness gave me tho same impressftffl cf gentle kindliness wHch 1 derived' from all my contact with, the Tibetans." Mr. Fal.-ley also visited the Coun- cil of Shapes, as the Tibetan cabinet is called.. "The uniionsly if the Nova Scotia 'and England Fishermen Lay Down New Vessels .Mar. a fish- ,ng schooner should for speed threatens to cause an international narine controversy.'c'sles of the fishing fleets of this port, Gloucester and Province- lown, have been the scenes of stormy sessions this winter, stormier often than" the wintry seas and skies with- out, due to discussions of the inter- national fishing schoonej champion- ship and the craft that are building or mentioned off Halifax, N. S., neit fall. Keen rivalry she js eligible to race. exists among these ports as to which will gain the honor of defending the Nova Scotian, Delawana, last No- vember. The Down East fishermen of Nova Scotia are no whit less keen on the Question and in virtually every boat sailing out ot Boston or Gloucester are men from the Maritime provinces who divide the partisanship of their present ports with those home ports from which they first went to sea. The result has boon discussions that run from comment in the press to "con- troversy in the pilot house, largely 911 the 'issue, of how far a fishing schoon er may be refined for speed. "The Canadians, defeated by Esper llne llrBl L________ ____ anto, set to work at once to build a j .lari9nn tno Canadian challenger boav that could win next fall and the B 'MUST ALLOW USE I WINDSOR ARMORIES OTTAWA i OTTAWA. Mar. head- j quartern today confirmed a dispatcb from Toronto tti the effect that the minister had wired instructions that use of the armories at Windsor should be allowed for a lecture under the auspices of the Dominion It was stated that there was nothing un- usual In this. Tlie armories are used for a cumber of purposes and as long there is no interference witll mili- tary regulations, and the rules for tiro protection, etc., -uo objcctiou is offered.'- TRANSCONTINENTAL STRIKERS MAKE TIME BY USING ROLLER SKATES as the ilrst date on wijich essel could start for tins fisheries and bo ing her about April 15 and gettiug her away by the end of tbs month. The shipbuilders are working overtime without extra wages, men have volun- teered at the shipyards at Bases: to work 16 to 18 hours to have the can- vas ready for her when she takes the SITDBURY. Out., March Burkman of Port Arthur who is trying to establish a transcontinental walk- ing record, continued his journey from Sudbury on Sunday morning, closely 'ollowed by Jack Rehan and his son, Clifford, Burkman will make the rest of -his journey to Vancouver on the rails, using a roller skate contrivance, which runs on one rail, enabling him to walk comfortably and balance eas- ily on the other. The Behans have been making the entire trip on the rails, supporting each other by means of a small pole passing from one to tho other. HIGGINS WON'T GO i BACK TO WORK BENCH j VoiiO.VTO. Mar. Hig- j gins, -who was suspended from em- I ployinent at the Canadian National Railway shops at I.easide. Ont., be- cause lie was a candidate in tho re- cent bye-election in Northeast Tor- onto for the Ontario legislature but was mulerstontl to have been offered re-instatement a short time ago by President Hauna, has been appointed to the position in the Ontario employ menl bureau here at a salary of 1141 j a month. Aunouucoment to this ef- fect was made-by Hon. W. It. Kolio, minister of labor in the legislature i yesterday. j DROWNED BREAKING LOG JAM TX'XNVlLLli Mar. ried away by tho swift current and I swept over a dam. James Hannah of Dunnville, was drowned yesterday afternoon and his brother, David, al- most suffered a like fate when the snarl of logs and refuse they were attempting to clear from a waste weir on the Grand river was suddenly n- leased. Torpid of Dr. ChiM'i 1 Pills, pa km M Dr. Chases General dimensions of each boat i have been known and have been the I subject of the discussions and con troversy that have been waged. i tailed figures nave been lacking up i to now and those given below offer the Cirst opportunity for direct cora- when she began to take form on the (igurcs ways at LunenbuYg, NT. S., those who saw her and the plans for her sails, christened her the "Big Ark." Espev-1 anto was admittedly unequal to a test j Total sail area Jostou boat Mayflower. The follow: Mayflower Caliadian with such a boat nnd Gloucestermen ft.) looked about them -for a schooner to Length ovc- defend their laurels. They have .sev- Heam Feet, (si. ____ 10.785 .143 i-'aet Suffered for Ten Years of Backache S. Pawliszak One More Added to the he fBeinty CootrataP YMI are thvayl confident FCZEMA Too are Mt ft i p e rlment- I n c w li e n TOU rnmt If Ir'tmt aM Sklu Irrttn- ttoos. II at pajn- allr Bampto If- Otountnt II mentluB this matt and Kni fc. ttanp for pottage, pc. a or Baw Co, Umlu4. Totwtt. says, inquired rtfr was now over and Europe at peace again, j After- i-couvse ward. they invited me to lunch. The only mishap was that my interpreter was so overcome with norvousneHs that he spilled tea in the lap of one of" tho Shapes as he poured it." Mr. Fairley also visited the Jo Kang, the Buddhist cathedral, where he found a bell left behind by tho Capuchin fathers in 1743 when they abandoned their attempt to found a- mission in Lhasa. "In front of Ihe main: .Mr. Falfley says, "stands 27 butter lamps of solid gold, 10 inches high. Tlie figure of .the Buddha is finery and ornamented with gold and turquoise. In .a corner close to the door there is a- large butter lamp of solid silver, about two feet in dia- moter and three Jeet in height. This lamp is literally plastered to the wall by the filth loft by millions of pil- grims, who have been in' the habit SINGS THE PRAISES DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS. OF n Depth of keel j Bowsprit...... Mainmast Mainmast above I deck Foromast i M.aintopmaHt j Forotopmast boom i .Main gaff...... I Forebootn i Foresaff Main sail isq. ft.) Great Chorus Who Shout "Dodd's Kidney Pills Are Good." TOLSTOI, Man., Mar. Main gaff topsnil have found that Dndd'E Mid- j Foresail ney Pills have done me a lot of says S. Pawliszak. it well-known resi- dent here. "I suffered from backache for ten years. Now 1 am well, but I always keep Dodfl's Kidney Pills in the house." It is from statements such as tlifi above that Canadians have learned to know Dodd's Kidney Pills. For tho j last thirty-three years they have been used for kidney troubles iu all parts of, Canada. Now- from ail parts of Canada rome tho testimony of people who i have found them good. i Dodd'e Kidney Pills have been used I for all sorts of kidney ills, from back- j ache and -urinary troubles in tism and heart disease. Tha "Dortd'H Kidney Pills are Rood." dimes j from those who have used tlism. Iti yon haven'-t tried them yourself, ask j your neighbors about Dodd's Kidney I Pills.--Advertisoment. 11.9 IB 14 100 DUSSELDORF COMMUNISTS AND FRENCH SOLDIERS DON'T SEE EYE TO EYE DCSSELDORF, Mar. communist carpenters invited a num- ber of French soldiers to assist at a union meeting here last night. The r soldiers, because of the revolutionary i character of the address refused to stay and it became necessary to call out the local police to assist in quel- ling the fighting which followed. None of the soldiers were hurt. The city housing department has been thrown into consternatioif because of a re- quest by the occupational authorities for three hundred two-room apart- ments, it sixteen-i'ooin house and a number of flats, all furnished. INCORPORATION OF UNIONS ASKED to make it i compulsory for labor unions ,to be- 1 como incorporated is wanted by- the I Ontario Retail Lumber Dealers' as- sociatlon. The co-operation of other lumbar associations in Canada, the, Canadian Manufacturers' association, I boards of trade, chambers of i merce and tbp National Association I of Canadian Building Industries is j asked for In applying to the federal land provincial governments '01' 8ucl11 legislation. I Tender Gums -A Warning Beware o{ gum that of Pyonhea. Four out of five people over forty have many under forty, also. Loosening teeth indicate Pyorrhea. Bleedinc gums. too. in- flamed, bleeding sums act many for disease germs to the the joints or causing other ailments. Forhan'. poaiively prevents Pyorrhea. if used in time and used consistently. As it the the teeth become firmer. Brush your teeth with It cleans the teeth them white and clean. If gum shrinkage has already set in. start using Forhan's and consult a dentist immediately for treatment. 35c and 60c tubes in Canada; and U: h. It your druggist cannot supply you, send price to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. f.muii vR. J. ft. ft A Farhan'f, LlJ.. Mtntitfl Thomas Adamsi Town Planner for centuries; of touching it course of thslr devdtloni in -the It cost a Bayonne, X. J., xaloon- Xneper JB.OOO for three drinks he Berred lo Kullli, who went blind form the effects of the The court insetted damages liquor. nt Simple Phosphate Supplies Strength and Energy- j Building Elements That Modern Lack. .lust one or two little! tablets of reul j organic phosphate Uisuensed in drug stores under tho name o[ Bltro-Hhos- phate taken with each meal is proh- 1 ably just what you need to cause you i to jump out of htfd in thti inorniitK t eager tor the industrial battle of the Cut Brier More Tobacco for the Money day. Modern foods lack sulncient phos- and that in why 40 per cent. of men and women todny are nervoim. weak and nin-rtowh. Bltro-PhosDlute la to take and Hiftlnhotham Co. or any good drugxlst can supply It at reasonable mat, -Advertltement. As advisor lo Commission Conservation. Mr. Adams occupies tlie unique position of being simuHan- couslv on the Councils if the Tov.-n Planning Institute, of Gnat Britain, the United States and-Canada. Hu a past president of the Town Plan nlns Institute of Brltrdn A id thn ynaldent of the Canadian Institute. iiiiuiiiiHiuiiiiiiin ;